Where are all these allergies and intolerances coming from?


This mother asks:

” 2 weeks after my LO had her last HIb shot at 12 months she started developing hives out of no where. Ped said she had dermagraphism then a month after that I gave her peanut butter for the first time and she had a severe allergic reaction. 

She has now been tested and diagnosed with a peanut allergy. I am devastated because I didn’t want to give her the shot to begin with but compromised on a delayed selective schedule. Does this sound like a reaction to the vaccine?”

TAP –   Nut allergies can be fatal.  Vaccines are not worth the candle.
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One Response to “Where are all these allergies and intolerances coming from?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think vaccines are the cause of allergies in the first place. I imagine that as a new born I had no allergies, at the age of 4 or 5 I could hold a pet rabbit and a dog, a few years later around the age of 12 I developed skin rashes, a swollen face with eyes I couldn’t open and severe asthma in the presence of these animals, the only thing that I can think of that changed is me receiving vaccinations. The best thing to do is avoid all vaccinations, Ian R Crane has had none during his life and he says he is very healthy, wouldn’t it be great if every parent was as informed as his and refused vaccinations for their children.

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